Triumph Scrambler

Discussion in 'British Beasts: Triumph Tigers' started by danger_dave, May 29, 2006.

  1. Skidmarksg

    Skidmarksg n00b

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    I picked up a set of standard scrambler pipes off ebay and want to put them on my bonnie I know I will have to fab up a rear bracket but has anyone done it and what problems did they come across?

    For the why, I wanted a scrambler but I have a Bonnie and a Thrux, the bonnie is a 59/09 anniversary one, I have he thrux shocks on it to lift the back end as well as the fork adjusters. The Thrux is already heavily modified and while SHMBO is ok with a 3rd bike she thinks 3 triumph twins is silly so I thought I woulde fake a scrambler out of the bonnie and see how I got on with it. The pipes were cheap so its not a major investment.
    Skiddy

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  2. Farside13

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    As much as I may not like it your response makes a whole lotta sense. So it's no rice crispies for me on my ride :(:
  3. davorallyfan

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  5. Shining

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    MASS Mohave is currently a prototype on my bike.
    Backfiring on deceleration is not good for engine; yesterday we tried TOR mapping and now it's ok

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  6. Cooper-Clubman

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    Here somebody tried it but went back to lower exhaust:
    http://www.thruxton-forum.de/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=10534&hilit=Scrambler+auspuff+an+bonnie
  7. keep it simple!

    keep it simple! Been here awhile

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    Received the price for the MASS Mohave:
    Take the price for the Raisch' SHOTGUN x 8 ! (in other terms: a little cheaper compared to the Zard and Arrow)
  8. Shining

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    The shotguns are two iron pipes 20 cm long.
    The Mass is a complete exhaust with european noise emission homologation statement
  9. keep it simple!

    keep it simple! Been here awhile

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    Correct.
    I just used the comparison so i didn't have to publish the complete price!
    But compared to a complete SHARK high system (sharks have real conic mufflers) à 620 EUR I thought the MASS would be in the range of +/- 500 EUR.
  10. Cooper-Clubman

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    If they were even legal here I would give them a try. They look and sound great. :evil
  11. Cooper-Clubman

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  13. Makis54

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    I am thinking about this as well. It looks like the bracket has four tack welds that could be drilled out, maybe it would pop off. If I get the courage up, I'll let you know.
  14. wildjester

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    Thats my plan. I'm thinking of grinding the four spots and hoping it pops off like magic!
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  17. satcen

    satcen Been here awhile

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    Ain´t it originally RHODIE´S relocation in fact? Well anyway, I did my own relocation earlier this year - I really disliked the over-price of the "ausies" and I managed to drop the price to 1/3 (100-€). After one year of testing on my own bike I have alreaedy sold some pieces to my friends and so I am sold out by the end of the year. It´s not machine work but good old handmade of my fellow but who´d complain for that money :evil

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  18. wildjester

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    Manray was talking about the ignition key relocation. fyi
  19. satcen

    satcen Been here awhile

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    OMFG - of course. I´m an a..hole and the moral is: don´t chat from the office! (and I was talking about this) Sory, I am ashamed :huh
  20. keep it simple!

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